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Police Child Protection

Location: Ashton-under-Lyne 

Child protection investigation unit for young people and families who suffer abuse.

Open: Monday to Friday 7:00am-8:00pm

Referral Details: Self Referral, Drop-In, Telephone or By E-Mail

Facilities: CCTV, Disabled Access and Accessible Parking

Cost: None

Age ranges: Any age

  • Address:
  • Public Protection Investigation Unit
  • Police Station
  • Manchester Road
  • Ashton-under-Lyne
  • OL7 0BQ


Location: National 

This is a free and confidential helpline that is open for children and young people to ring at any time of the day. You can also download their app 'For me' on the app store. Counsellors are available to chat to every child that is in need of help, is worried or just needs a friendly chat. 

Open: 24 hours

Age: 0-19 years

  • Address:
  • Weston House
  • 42 Curtain Road
  • London
  • EC2A 3NH

Children's Social Care

Location: Denton 

Children's Social Care provides a range of services to support children, mainly those with additional and complex needs, in order safeguard them to promote their welfare.

Referrals are made by family members, children and young people, and professionals from other services. Services are available following assesment 
by the social work teams. Services include a range of family support, help with parenting, advice, information and social work intervention.

The service manages plans for children in need, children in need of protection and children looked after and is responsible for reviewing those plans. Children who are looked after may live in foster care or in residential care. They will receive support with their education and will be supported into independence where appropriate.

The service also has social workers who work in the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service.

Open: Monday-Friday at 8:30am (out of hours Number: 342 2222)

Referral Details: Self Referral by Drop-in or Telephone

Age Range: 0 - 18

  • Address:
  • Denton Centre
  • Acre Street
  • Denton
  • M34 2BW

Victim Support

Victim Support is here to help anyone affected by crime.

Because we’re an independent charity, you can talk to us whether or not you've reported the crime to the police. If you want, we can support you without the involvement of the criminal justice system, and we won’t contact them about you unless we feel someone is at risk. We are here just to support you.


Last year we offered support to 814,000 people. With over 40 years’ experience as the leading independent victims’ charity, we know the impact that crime has on people’s lives and what it takes to help them get their lives back on track.  We work locally to support people affected by crime, and campaign nationally to put their needs first, ensuring that they get the support they need and the respect they deserve. Together, we help people feel safer and find the strength to move forward after crime.
Anyone affected by crime in England or Wales can contact us for free, confidential support.

If you've been affected by crime, there are a number of ways you can contact us to get support or information.

Internet Safety - Think you know


Find the latest information about the websites you like to visit. will provide you with information on:

  • all the latest applications
  • how to have fun whilst staying in control
  • how to report anything you are not comfortable with
  • Address:
  • Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre
  • 33 Vauxhall Bridge Road
  • London
  • SW1V 2WG


Location: London 

Kidscape is committed to keeping children safe. They believe that protecting all children from harm is key. They work to prevent the abuse and exploitation of children and any kind of bullying including emotional, physical and cyber. Kidscape works to provide individuals and communities with practical skills to keep themselves safe and reduce the likelihood of future harm.

Kidscape believes that all children should be able to grow up in a world free from bullying and abuse, and that adults should keep children safe and help them to reach their full potential.

Kidscape works with children and young people under the age of 16, their parents/carers and those who work with them.

Kidscape offers a helpline (08451 205 204) for parents of bullied children, training, resources and publications on;

- Bullying and child safety - Workshops for badly bullied children - Training for teachers and children

Open: All Year Round, Monday-Friday, 10:00am-4:00pm

Helpline Opening Times: Monday-Thursday, 10:00am-4:00pm

Referral Details: Self Referral Via Telephone

Access and Facilities: No Disabled Access

Cost: None

Age Range: 5-16 years

  • 2 Grosvenor Gardens
  • London
  • SW1W 0DH

For more information Telephone: 020 7730 3300 Fax: 020 7730 7081 Visit: Email:


A website that has been developed by the NSPCC for any child in the UK having a bad time at school or at home, or anyone with a friend or family member who needs some help. You, a friend or family member could be feeling miserable and alone, or angry and confused and have a problem that is hard to talk over with a family or carer, a friend or a teachers. Our website is confidential and can advise you or a friend if you are having problems with bullying.

  • Weston House
  • 42 Curtain Road
  • London
  • EC2A 3NH
For more information Telephone: Helpline: 0808 800 5000 Visit:

Tameside Safeguarding Children Partnership

Location: Hyde 

The TSCB is the partnership to promote the safety and well-being of children and young people in Tameside. The TSCB website has information for everyone to find out more about making Tameside a safe and happy place for children and young people.    

Find out what simple steps you can take to keep safe when you are on-line by clicking here

If you would like more information about this then please visit the website or contact the number provided.

  • Hyde Town Hall
  • Market Street
  • Hyde
  • SK14 1AL
Telephone: 0161 342 4348 Visit:


Location: National 

We provide emotional support to children, young people and adults on any issue throughout the UK. We can refer callers to local or specialised help when needed.

We aim to work with callers to help them to take responsibility for and control their own lives and be responsible for their own choices and decisions.

We work with callers to help them to develop an inner feeling of strength and to help them to learn to value themselves in order that they can walk away from any abusive situation, and work on increasing confidence and self esteem.

We deal with a wide range of issues including:

Whilst the helpline is open for a minimum of 15 hours per week (number listed below) callers will always be notified of the next opening time. 

Helpline: 01708 765 200

Admin: 01708 765 222

  • PO Box 2860
  • Romford
  • Essex
  • RM7 1JA
For more information Helpline: 01708 765200 admin: 01708 765222 Visit: Email:

End The Fear / Sitting Right With You

What is domestic abuse?

A kick, a punch, a push? Often it’s more complicated. Violence, control, intimidation and isolation are all forms of abuse that are much more common than you think.

Sometimes these behaviours might start off small, but they can quickly escalate into abuse. The truth is, right here in Greater Manchester as many as one in three women and one in six men have experienced some form of domestic abuse. Does that sit right with you?

It’s time to end the stigma that surrounds domestic abuse – it’s time to start the conversation.

Greater Manchester End The Fear

Anybody who is experiencing domestic or sexual violence can find help, support and advice here. We also provide support to people who know someone who may be being abused. We want to encourage victims of domestic and sexual violence in Greater Manchester to find the courage to come forward and seek support and help. You don’t have to put up with domestic abuse. Find out about your local services by ringing the help lines on this page or click here to find out more.

Let’s start talking about it…
#SittingRightWithYou #EndTheFear

Visit: Domestic Abuse Helpline (Greater Manchester) 0161 636 7525 24/7 National Helpline Number 0808 2000 247
Please click here for support and advice -​

Karma Nirvana

Supporting victims of honour-based abuse and forced marriage

We are a diverse group of like-minded individuals with a shared passion for helping people and realising change.  Our team are well training and experienced to support victims and survivors of honour-based abuse, disownment and forced marriage.

We also benefit from a network of volunteers from around the country and generous supporters from around the world.  So, whilst we’re based in West Yorkshire, we are a national charity.

British charity supporting men and women

Are you being pressured to get married against your will? Do you fear to bring shame or dishonour on your family? Have you been emotionally or physically abused? Are you confused about what they say scripture demands of you? Do you worry about being disowned?

If you are concerned about any of the above, please call us in confidence.

Culture, Religion and Tradition are not an excuse; forced marriage is illegal in the UK.Tradition are not an excuse; forced marriage is illegal in the UK.

UK Helpline: 0800 5999 247 Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm Email: Visit:


18u provides information and support to young people who have been abused in any way. The support we offer depends on the needs of the young person and it is confidential. We do not write down information about young people, unless the young person asks us to do so. We do not record names and addresses and only keep contact information as long as it is needed to contact the young person. Please click here for more information.

Coram Voice

Coram Voice enables and equips children and young people to hold to account the services that are responsible for their care. We uphold the rights of children and young people to actively participate in shaping their own lives. We do this because we believe in a society which recognises and willingly accepts its responsibilities to children and young people, where the inequalities and discrimination they currently face have been eradicated, where they are fully engaged in all decisions made about their lives and where their views, needs and feelings are at the core of those decisions.

Whats OK At Home - WOAH.

This site used to be called “Bursting the Bubble”. We first created it back in 2003 with generous donations from some very kind organisations and the loving support of other agencies like ours, supporting writers, artists, digital developers and people who all care deeply about kids growing up safe, smart, protected and free from violence. This page explains what family violence is and how to recognise it and understand what it is.



We work directly with children and young people from the ages of 3 to 18 on a weekly basis, as well as parents, carers, teachers and professionals, finding out about their real experiences online, and the positive things they are doing as well as sharing safety advice. Working directly with these audiences is important in helping us to equip them to stay safe online and informs the resources that we develop for them. The conversations that we have with them also helps to inform how we develop and respond to policy issues and the messages that we take to government and the internet industry about the real experiences of children and young people and what needs to be done to make them safer. 

Please click here for more information.

Love The Good The Bad And The Ugly

Dating and being in love can be exciting – but at times it can be totally confusing. This site helps you work out where your relationship is at – whether it’s good, bad, or ugly. This website site gives you information and advice from the personal experiences of other young people who have been there… people who have experienced ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’. Visit:

The Hide Out

Women's Aid have created this space to help children and young people to understand domestic abuse, and how to take positive action if it's happening to you. The charity Women’s Aid created this website. Women’s Aid has been working with women and children experiencing domestic violence over forty years.
 Children and young people have told us again and again that they want more information about domestic violence that’s easy to read and understand. So, we created this site especially for YOU! Find out more about Women’s Aid.

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